Do I have to park in the marked spaces?
The downtown business district parking is striped to designate the legal parking spaces. If you park anywhere other than a marked space, you may receive a citation. Each driver is responsible for legally parking their vehicle. Some of the more common citations involve cars using more than one parking space, parking too near an intersection creating a visual hazard, double parking, parked against traffic (wrong side of roadway), backing into spaces or blocking driveways and crosswalks.

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1. My neighbor keeps parking their car in front of my house, can they do that?
2. Do I have to park in the marked spaces?
3. I received a Fix-It Ticket, how do I clear it?
4. Can I use disabled parking spaces?
5. I got a ticket for parking in the disabled place, because I forgot to display my placard?
6. Can I use a loading zone?
7. Can I back into a parking space?
8. How do I pay for a parking citation?
9. I lost my parking citation, what do I do?
10. How do I contest/appeal a parking citation?
11. What type of parking enforcement can the police department do on private property?
12. My neighbors and I would like to have a block party and close the public street, how do I do this? Can we have a parade?
13. What are the days and hours that parking is enforced?